I picture this as Seir's final form, but I don't see him as the devil, just something else, but you need to read the books to find out.   Interestingly, what you see here is more a modern interpretation of Lucifer after Christianity became the dominant religion and paganism became outlawed or deeply frowned on: "Lucifer on the throne in Paradise Lost" by Simon Bisley

a modern interpretation of Lucifer after Christianity became the dominant religion and paganism became outlawed or deeply frowned on: "Lucifer on the throne in Paradise Lost" by Simon Bisley

The Tick  Simon Bisley

Simon Bisley, 2006 Cover art for The Tick Anniversary Special Edition

the leadpile: Pointless Anthropology or When is a Barbarian not a Barbarian?

The Official Fanpage for the appreciation of the amazing artwork of Simon 'Biz' Bisley

Paradise Lost - Simon Bisley

Inspired by Milton’s work of the same name, Biz’s much sought after Paradise Lost is now into a second print and available again for fans to enjoy.

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